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Linux Virtualization: Rusty changes Lhype to Lguest



what is Lhype or Lguest? He'll make the changes soon enough.

The Great Renaming has not happened yet becase James Morris offered to look at SMP host support, and it would completely screw his merge if I rename everything.

However, my TODO list has been reordered into "before the merge" and "after the merge". Now the console is non-bufferred, I've been spending more time actually working inside an lhype guest. This has refocused me away from optimizations (and there are still plenty there) and back towards functionality. In particular, suspend/resume has moved to "before the merge", since obviously the startup and resume paths should be the same.


Rusty is not new to Linux, no sire (author of NetFilter Team)!

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